Campus Crime

Campus Crime

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Early on the morning of Friday, Dec. 15, a man entered the Men’s locker room in the PE building to change clothes to workout. At around 7 a.m., after placing his belongings in locker M194, he went to the bathroom for less than a minute.

During this time, he left the locker door open with his wallet inside. The victim then locked his locker and proceeded to work out.

When he arrived back in the locker room at around 8:20 a.m., he noticed a black male exit the sauna and walk throughout the locker room for about 10 minutes.

At 9:09 a.m., the victim was preparing to leave when he discovered his cash was missing. He believed that the male walking around the locker room was a person of interest.

Video footage from the PE building shows that this suspect entered the locker room at 6:48 a.m. and left at 9:09 a.m. After he left the locker room, he grabbed into his pocket and then re-entered the locker room. As he left the locker room a second time, he was seen talking on his cellphone.

Monday, Dec. 18, the victim was once again in the locker room and reported seeing the same male behaving the same way as before. Officers responded to the call. Officers contacted the suspect in the locker room as he was trying to exit.

The officers asked him to provide them with identification and he complied. He also consented to a voluntary search of himself, his gym bag and his vehicle. No cash was found during this search.

However, a criminal background check shows that the person of interest was on probation for larceny in a building and was prohibited from entering Planet Fitness facilities. Despite contacting the subject’s probation agent, campus police have been unable to pursue a warrant for the man.

Saturday, Jan. 6, an assistant to the Schoolcraft baseball coach arrived at the Sports Dome to participate in the D’backs Elite Baseball clinic. Between 8 and 9 p.m., he placed his black and tan Wilson A2000 baseball glove next to the batting cages.

Upon conclusion of the clinic, he noticed the glove was missing, and believed it was stolen. There was no witness to the incident and the Intelligence Operation Center (IOC) will review video of the area.